The Forging Foundation’s mission to support the forging industry through technology development and education – and specifically to transfer technology to the industry and users – doesn’t stop at the borders of North America.
While many of us might not think of trade secrets (such as the formula for Coca-Cola) as being commonplace, the National Science Foundation estimates that corporations actually employ trade secrets perhaps two times as often as patents.
As of this writing, President-elect Trump (11 days away from his inauguration) has named his choices for most of the Cabinet and top White House positions. Here’s what to expect in the first few weeks of this Congress.
In December 2016’s column we discussed the decision by my university’s engineering school to focus on the recruitment and retention of female engineering students into engineering programs across Canada.
The high numbers of packages and containers entering the U.S. make it a daunting task for government officials to stop the importation of imitation and counterfeit goods, which cost American companies up to $250 billion annually and are directly responsible for the loss of 750,000 U.S. jobs.
Check out the April 2017 issue of FORGE, featuring our cover story on how Gerdau modernized its mill to serve the North American SBQ steel market, challenges and opportunities in magnesium forgings, and much more.